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Low carb PB&J
flutetooter posted:
I usually don't eat sweets at all but here's a 10 carb peanut butter & "Jello": 1 slice 5 net carb Healthy Life bread, toasted, 2 T natural (no sugar added) peanut butter (5 carbs), and Strawberry Jello sugarfree (0) snack container (premade). Yum! Be sure to eat some protein with it, like a slice deli ham to slow down the entry of the 10 carbs into your blood. The fat in the peanut butter will help also.
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
That sound good flute! Thank you for sharing.

I bet my kids would love that as an after school snack. Although not diabetic, I find that a snack with protein helps ward off the "growly hour".


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